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THi MBKimmUllG JOURNAL
, M. A.
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Not paid In advance
aid In ail-
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Pootry and
Resolutions of ncspoct aro published at
tho rato of 5 cents por lino only. There
will bo no dovtatlon from this rule.
THE JOURNAL Is dated Thursday,
but tho paper goes to press overy
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, In
order that It may reach Its readers In
varlouB localities by Thursday morning.
r.ocnl and Long Distance I'Jione No, SI.
THURSDAY, NOVEABER 23. 96
PIGS FOR SALEr-Inquire of
WANTED A room to rout
by u young nian in town. Desire
a lurgo room with hunt with bath
iu house. "Will eall and sue room
if you answer to W. A. It., in care
Francis Josef, Emperor of Austria-Hungary,
died on Monday, at
the age of 80.
Tho ubo of wirolesB telegraphy In'
ipoaco and war is rapidly extending,
Ibut now its valuo as a military ac
cessory is tho greater. In connection
'With oporations of war it performs
ja function of tho highost lmportanco,
(Bays Omaha Boo. Tho freo uso of tho
;alr by amatours is likely to Intorforo
with tho legitlmato purposes of tho
government. Thorefore, steps aro ho
ling taken to limit tho operations of
'amateur plants, ovon to their aboil
tion. This is ono of tho most seriouB
iprobloms our government haB had to
deal with in tho malntenanco of its
inoutrality. Direct communication with
JGormany slnco tho opening of tho war
has boon possible only by means of
itho wiroless, and has continually been
iiindor supervision of tho federal gov
ernment, in order to provent nouses.
Tho success of tho plan so far has
boon gratifying. It has been achloved
iwith but Httlo intorforenco with busi
ness, and has kept tho world informed
of ovonts that would othorwlso have
remained buried under tho embargo
of tho allies' censorship. Along tho
Moxlcan border a somewhat analog
ous situation has dovolopcd, and hero
tho amateurs aro boing suppressed, as,
thoy woro 'along tho Atlantic coast.
Tho amatours can well afford to forb-
go their amusement when tho puWi1
good Is at stako.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Carter spent
Sunday at the Fred Kopp farm.
i-Mrs. Fryling, of Toledo, is the
guest of Mrs. Laura Emch this week.
Miss Florence Kuhlman, of Toledo,
was the guest of Miss Edna Spilker on
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meister of
Webster spent Sunday with" M. Mlnde
nus and family. "
Mrs. Riggs of Toledo and Mrs.
James Carter have gone to Bluffton,
0., for a visit with their brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lober enter
tained a group of friends Saturday
evening in honor of Mrs. Lober's birth
day. Mrs. "W. P. Adamson spent
Monday with friends in Toledo.
Miss Mary Franey is visiting
friends in Lima and Ft. Wayne
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Veitch
spent Sunday in Fremont with
Mrs. Emma Veitch.
Mrs. J. G. Leatherman of Syl
vania, visited her mother Mrs.
Harriett Curtis, Monday.
Mr. Wm. Roose has returned
from a short stay in Oberlin where
he has been visiting his son.
It takcB two to mako a quarrel, but
It only takes one to mako a village.
For an example of tho.truth of this lat-
tor statement you need only to tako a
trip to Skiddaw, in Cumberland, Eng
land. This lllliputian vlllago contains'
only ono villager, who complains bit
terly becauso ho cannot vote. Tho
reason that ho cannot voto is that
thoro is no overseer to prepare a vot-,
era' list, and no public building to
publish ono, as tho law demands. Yet1
one-man villages somotlmea have their;
benefits. In a Northumberland hamlet
tho single inhabitant refusos to con
tribute money to maintain tho roads,!
declaring that tho ono ho hns is quite
good enough for his ubo, BayB London
Answers. Twelve inhabitants of a
tiny vlllago in tho Islo of Ely aro
Bimllarly blessed. Thoy havo no rates,
no roads, no public institutions of any
kind. Buckland-ln-tho-Moor is anoth
er curiosity. Public housos, police
men, doctorB and paupers aro un
known thero, though tho population is
nearly a hundred. All tho "oldest In
habitants" aro pensioned by tho own
er of tho estate, who himself recently'
celebrated his golden wedding. ,
Thero is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur
able. For a great many years doc
tors pronounced if a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only Constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood ana mu
cous surface of the system. They oner
one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
NOW IS tME TIME
TO GMT YOUR
WINTER SUITS AND
Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired.
No time to lose, you will need
them before you know.
Ostrich Feathers cleaned,
curled, dyed or made.
Feather Boas made, cleaned
Custom Tailor and Dry Cleaner
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
20G Main St.
Phones Shop Main 256
Residence Red 102
JOHN DEWAR, tho well known Master Painter of Pittsburgh, before tho Pennsylvania
Stato Convention, said tho cost of paint used oh a building represents 20 to 30 percent of tho cost
of doing the work, and tho labor 70 to 80 percent. Tho point I wish to convey and "sink in" is
can we afford to buy and use material of any uncertain quality. The very best is sometimes not
too good, when we consider the value of personal reputation.
The difference between the cost of good and indifferent materials being but from 5 to 15
per cent. In this connection I wish to say I have fonnd the manufactorer of good goods makes
an effort to sell as close as possible, consistent with his class of goods, while the dope maker strives
to get all he possibly can, irrespective of his class of goods, just keeping sufficiently under the
market to make the price enticing to tho unweary.
By using tho Lowe Bros. High Standard Paints and Varnishes, you get the best that man
J. DAVIS HARDWARE CO.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Can be had
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
216 Conant St., Maumee, O.
Funeral designs of all kinds.
Wedding work, etc., given careful attention.
Store open until 8:30 p. m. Home Phone
Saturday night 10 :30 p. m. Residence Main 115
Sunday a. m. 8 to 12 noon. Store Main 33
F. E. THOMPSON, Prop.
By announcing his faith In equal
suffrage Egypt'B sultan avoids the
charge of holding harem scarom opinions.
TWO NOTABLE SUCCESSES.
Two notable successes are headed
towards the Valentine Theater, Toledo,
each playing for the first time in the
middle west. They are the big musi
cal production, "Go To It," and the
new comedy of action, "Our Mrs. Mc
Chesnev." the latter starrinb Rose
"Go To It" comes Thursday, Novem
ber 23, for one performance only. It
carries its own orchestra anu a com
22 Front St Lots
1 8 Second St. Lots
Sowers, Water, Sidewalks
AH Provided and Paid for
Perrysburg Realty Co.
ALSO MODERN HOMES FOR SALE.
$ THE CHARLES L KOCH CO.
it Perrysburg, O. E. L. CLAY, Manager ?
MORE FARM MACHINERY RUSTS OUT THAN IS
Doesn't that conclusively prove the profitableness of
having suitable sheds for all your farm implements ?
What would you say to your wife, Mr. Farmer, if
she were to leave her $50.00 sewing machine out in the
yard over night in a rain storm? You would say some
thing, all right, if she persisted in leaving it out in the
weather, and it wouldn't sound very complimentary,
Well, how about the shoe being on the other foot
with those costly tools rusting out there in the bam yard
and fields for lack of proper shelter?
You might look in the mirror yourself.
It has been estimated that providing shelter for
farm machinery would return 30 per cent on the money
invested in the necessary building, and when you can
buy Shed Lumber as cheap as we are selling it right now,
there's no excuse for your high priced farm machinery
rusting out before it wears out.
Drop in and see us about it. Maybe we can help you
out, and what better time to fix things than now?
Many Perrysburg friends will be
'interested in knowinir that announce
ment has been made of the marriage of
Mr. Earl Marshall, until the past two
years a resident of this place, to Miss
FlnrnncR Earth of Toledo, which oc-
pany of C5, headed by Percival Knight ' curred Tuesday evening, November
Gertrude Vanderbilt and other stellar 14th. The ceremony was read by Rev.
tn;nn T,n ciimu will nfTor fViPiE. J .Webster, a former pastor of the
New York company and production in-1 M. E. church here. They will be at
tact, iust as it anneared during its ' home at 2214 N. Erie street, Toledo,
CARD OF THANKS.
, We wish to thank our many neigh
bors and friends tor kindness shown
us at the time of our sad bereavement,
also for the many beautiful lloral offer
ings. MR. and MRS. O. T. DAVIS.
Tho war may mako possible a am
ino In canary birds and hair dyes.
And bo its horrors multiply.
Many littlo unconventional things
aro done in tho namo of leap year.
A wlso man knows his own weak
nesses. Everybody knows a fool's.
run in the Princess Theater. That it
visits Toledo is due to the fact that it
is booked to open in Chicago the fol
lowing Sunday, giving it ample time
for a stop over.
The plot is reminiscent of Hoyt's ono
time great farce success, "A Milk
White Flag." It created a furor in
New York because of its startling pre
sentation of a very melancholy under
taker and a dead man who wouldn't
stay dead a combination that theatri
cal managers shun because it falls fiat
unless it is done exactly right.
after their return from a trip in the
NOTICK OP APPOINTMENT
Estate of Caroline Broka, deceased.
Chas. W. Truuschel has been ap
pointed and qualified as Executor of the
estate of Caroline Hroka. late of Wood
County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 15th
day of November, A. D., 1910.
CHAS. R. NEARING".
Probate Jude of Said County.
SOON TIME FOR SNOW!
After a hearty meal, take Doan's
Regulets and assist your stomach,
liver and bowels. Regulets are a mild
laxative. 25c at all stores.
CARD OF THANKS.
Rose Stahl has not been seen in To
ledo since her last triumphant tour in
"Maggie Peper." Before that she
leaped to stardom by her interpreta
tion of the title role in "The Chorus
Lady." Her this-year vehicle is "Our
Mrs. McChesney," a dramatization of
Edva Ferber's delightful Emma Mc
Chesnev stories. Miss Stahl will be
under the Frohman management for . p,i,,
the first time this season, a fact that, , ""' '
We wish to thank our neighbors and
friends for their kindness and sym
pathy during the sickness and death
of our mother, Caroline Brocka, and
also for the beautiful floral offerings.
REV. CHAS. TREUSCHEL,
MRS. H. C. THOMAS,
Time is tho test of truth. And
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the test
No Perrysburg resi-
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
the Perrysburg Grain & Seed Co.
No. 2 red wheat 1.70
No. 2 white wheat ..., 1 (to
Ear Corn 1.25
CATTLE AND HOGS
Corrected every Wednesday noon by
Steers r 03 to .08
Cows 03 to .05
Calves 07 to .10
Hogs 05 to .00 1-4
Lambs 00 to .081
We sell the highest grade Coal
How about your coal bins?
Better have them filled.
Be prepared for Old King Winter Jj
when he does come. jj-
For the lowest possible Price it)
Chicken Feed of all kinds. jj
fg The Perry sburgGrain&Seed Co. jg
Phone your Order to Main 48
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Brand and
daughter Mary Louise of Flint, Mich.,
wero over Sunday visitors at the F. J.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vermilya and
Alvin Ziss took dinner Sunday with
Chas. Walker and family.
Miss Mabel Kroh and friend of To
ledo, Miss Dora Weimar, and Mr.
Henry Garber of Hnskins spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Naegele.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kilmer and
daughter Dorothy spent Sunday with
tho former's parents.
Mr. C. J. McColley of Tontognny
called on his daughter, Mrs. E. G. Ziss,
Tho Ladies' Aid of tho Reformed
church at Hnskins met at tho homo of
Mrs. Emil Brand Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Dauer and daugh
ter called on Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Ziss
and family Sunday afternoon.
Rov. and Mrs. Otto of Dowling
called on Mrs. Fred Naegelo Friday
Mr. Raymond Reitzel and Floyd
Kazmnier of Limo City spent Sunday
afternoon with Clarence Weidner.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Graham and sons
John and William motored to Grafton
recently and spent a .few days with
I . .1 JjiiUIUH III! TJI .DM
insures a production of lavish preten- uent who suiters oacKacne, or annoying ,Hldea
tions anu a company 01 unuorm excel
lence. Miss Stahl will play matinee and eve
ning performances Saturday, Novem
Long and 5th Sts. FIRFPRnOF
columbus, o. rmtrKuur
ZOOMS S1.00: with Private Batb $1-Gf
TOLEDO, BOWLING QREEN &
tradE.MARKS and eoprrivhM obtained or no
darinUon. for T REE AROll and lepurt oil
roll of patent Information. Mwllluilp juuU
READ PAOE8 H ana4 before appljlug
for a raunU Wriut lu-dar.
L303 8eventh St., Washington, P. C.J
urinary ills can remain unconvinced by
this twice-told testimony.
Christopher Knerr, shoemaker,
Main St., Perrysburg, says: "I suf
fered from severe attacks of back
ache and I could hardly work as it
hurt me to stoop or pick up anything.
My kidneys were weak and I had to
arise several times at night,' which
greatly disturbed my rest. The kid
ney itcrctlons were painful in pass
age, too, I tried a great many medi
cines, but with littl? benefit until I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, Thoy did
me n lot of good."
AFTER A LAPSE OF MORE
THAN FIVE YEARS. Mr. Knerr
said : "I always keep a box of Doan's
Kidney Pills on hand and take them
whenever any signs of the old trouble
appear. They never fail to relievo
Price COc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Knerr has twice publicly recom
mended, Foster'Milburn Co,, Props,,
Buffalp, JJ. Yr
Turkeya 20 to .24
Chickens 12J to .14
Old Roosters .08
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ORDER YOUR CAR NOW, THE BEST DRIVING
OF THE YEAR IS AT HAND. YOU CAN'T AFFORD
TO B WITHOUT A FORD ANY LONGER AT THESE
Touring '. 360.00
Coupelet '. .". 505.00
Sedan : 645.00
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